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City holiday schedule/free parking: Read it now!

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City of Boulder Thanksgiving schedule – Thursday, Nov. 28, and Friday, Nov. 29

Closed on Thursday, Nov. 28:

  • All city administrative offices
  • All library branches
  • All senior centers (no Meals on Wheels deliveries, either)
  • Municipal Court
  • All city recreation centers
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Flatirons Golf Course (closed after 2 p.m.)
  • Pottery Lab
  • Animal Control, Code Enforcement, Police Records and Information Services and Property and Evidence


Closed on Friday, Nov. 29:

  • Park Central Building, including the Planning & Development Center

Open on Friday, Nov. 29, but with changes in hours:

  • North Boulder Recreation Center – open 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • South Boulder Recreation Center – open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Pottery Lab, open lab only – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Boulder Reservoir – open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Parking:

All city lots, meters and garages are free on Thursday, Nov. 28.

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Boulder President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 18, schedule

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The following offices/buildings will be closed:

All city administrative offices
All Boulder Public Library locations
West Senior Center
East Senior Center
Police Records/Property and Evidence/Code Enforcement/Animal Control

The following offices/buildings/programs will be open regular hours:
All recreation centers
Pottery Lab
Flatirons Golf Course
Boulder Reservoir

Parking:
All city lots, meters and garages will be free on Monday.

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City of Boulder operations on Veterans Day

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Closed: All city administrative offices

All library branches

All senior centers

Animal Control,

Police Records and Property and Evidence

Open regular hours: Recreation centers

Flatirons Golf Course

Boulder Reservoir

Pottery Lab

Parking: All city lots, meters and garages are free.

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City of Boulder President’s Day, Monday, Feb. 20, schedule

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The following offices/buildings will be closed:
All city administrative offices
All libraries
West Senior Center
East Senior Center
Police Records/Property and Evidence/Code Enforcement/Animal Control

The following offices/buildings/programs will be open regular hours:
All recreation centers
Pottery Lab
Flatirons Golf Course
Boulder Reservoir

Parking:
All city lots, meters and garages will be free.

 

City of Boulder holiday schedule for Monday, July 4

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Closures:
All city administrative offices
All library branches and Main Library
East and West Senior Centers
North Boulder Recreation Center
South Boulder Recreation Center
Pottery Lab
Police Records and Property and Evidence divisions

Open with revised hours:
East Boulder Community Center, open 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Open with regular hours:
Flatirons Golf Course
Boulder Reservoir
Spruce Pool
Scott Carpenter Pool

Parking:
All city meters and garages are free.

City of Boulder Schedule for Monday, May 30 – Memorial Day

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Closed:
All city administrative offices
Boulder Public Library and all library branches
West Senior Center
East Senior Center
East Boulder Community Center
South Boulder Recreation Center
Pottery Lab
Spruce Pool (opens for summer season June 4)
Police Department Records and Property and Evidence sections

Open:
North Boulder Recreation Center, but with reduced hours from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Flatirons Golf Course
Boulder Reservoir
Scott Carpenter Pool
Ranger Cottage

Parking:
All city lots, meters and garages are free, but access to downtown is expected to be limited until about noon because of the Bolder Boulder.

Additional library information:

The Main Boulder Public Library will be closed Saturday and Sunday, May 28 and 29, due to the Boulder Creek Festival. The Meadows, Reynolds and Carnegie branch libraries will be open regular hours these days.

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City of Boulder Christmas holiday schedule Dec.23-Jan. 1 cut & paste

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  • Most city administrative offices will close at noon.
  • Parks and Recreation administrative offices will close at noon.
  • Open Space and Mountain Parks, Cherryvale Road building, will close at noon.
  • Park Central building administrative offices, including Planning & Development Services Center
  • City parking lots, structures and meters will be free after noon.

Closures on Friday, Dec. 24

  • All city administrative offices
  • All recreation centers will close at 1:30 p.m.
  • Main library and branches
  • Senior centers
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Pottery Lab
  • Park Central building administrative offices, including Planning & Development Services Center
  • Open Space and Mountain Parks, Cherryvale Road building
  • Police Records and Property and Evidence will close at 4 p.m.
  • City parking lots, structures and meters are free.

Closures on Saturday, Dec. 25

  • All city administrative offices
  • Main library and branches
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Pottery Lab
  • Senior Centers
  • All recreation centers
  • Flatirons Golf Course will close at 2 p.m.
  • Police Records and Property and Evidence
  • City parking lots, structures and meters are free.


Closures on Thursday, Dec. 30

  • Most city administrative offices will close at noon.
  • Parks and Recreation administrative offices will close at noon.
  • Open Space and Mountain Parks, Cherryvale Road building, will close at noon.
  • Park Central building administrative offices, including Planning & Development Services Center
  • City parking lots, structures and meters will be free after noon.


Closures on Friday, Dec. 31

  • All city administrative offices
  • All recreation centers will close at 4 p.m.
  • Main Library and branches
  • Senior centers
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Pottery Lab
  • Park Central building administrative offices, including Planning & Development Services Center
  • Open Space and Mountain Parks, Cherryvale Road building
  • Police Records and Property and Evidence will close at 4 p.m.
  • City parking lots, structures and meters are free.

Closures on Saturday, Jan. 1

  • All city administrative offices
  • Main library and branches
  • All recreation centers
  • Pottery Lab
  • Boulder Reservoir
  • Senior centers
  • Police Records and Property and Evidence
  • City parking lots, structures and meters are free.

Pottery Lab will close at 5 p.m. #boulderfire, twitter bullys , Evacuations Can we go home yet

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Pottery Lab will close at 5 p.m.

The Pottery Lab will close at 5 p.m. on Friday can we go home yet?, Oct. 29, as a result of the Dome Fire burning west of Boulder:

Residents are encouraged to continue monitoring the Boulder County Emergency Management website at http://www.boulderoem.com/emergency-status for further information and evacuation updates.

Evacuations  are still in effect, but a huge number of air water attacks before dark will help to ensure that the fire remains on the ground and close to extinction. There is some discussion right now as to whether resident will be allowed back in to their homes in some evac area. according to Sarah Huntley OEM media  the lifting evacuations were being discussed regularly, but no decision had been made to do so as of yet.  1700 people have been evacuated in the city with over 800 units including the Senior center on Walnut. Evacuation are goes from Canyon to North Street and 7th west.

The fire has not been a catastrophic threat since early this afternoon as reported by Boulder Channel 1. With the winds calm and rigorous fire fighting efforts, the worst had passed by 1:00.

According to Sarah Huntley at OEM “ This fire is not nearly as dangerous as the Fourmile Fire where the wind were a factor. ” Our hope is the fire will settle down this evening” she said. It has not spread beyond it’s 139 acres for several hours….and we see that as a good sign.  Over 29 agencies and 165 firemen are on the scene. she said. We do not need federal help for this fires Huntley said.

Huntley did say the fire has not crossed Sunshine, is not on Mt Sanitas and remains South of  Sun Shine Canyon though there was a lot of smoke up on Sanitas.

Social Media in Boulder went nuts today with much gossip going on by local techies where they descended into cyber bullying. This will be the topic of a special Jann Scott Live on Boulder Channel 1 at 8:00 pm tonight. The bullying started out with young marketing women and then spread to their male counterparts. Twitter is primarily a womens social media tool has become a form of watching soap operas gone ary.

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